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Published May 20th 2015
High tea in Bali is not something you would automatically think of. More likely would be the thoughts of tropical huts on the beach, Indonesian food and cocktails at sunset. But when you think about how enjoyable high tea is and how loved it it by people, especially those on holidays, it makes perfect sense to have high tea in Bali.
So where is the best place to have high tea? We would love to hear your thoughts as to where you have enjoyed high tea in Bali.
To get the conversation started, I'd like to share a few of my favourites with you:
An all time favourite is Biku in Seminyak, which costs 105,000rp ($10.50) pp
Biku is set in a lovely colonial joglo, seated amongst the dark teak timbers. You may feel like you have stepped back in time to ancient Indonesia or Borneo! Your beautifully prepared tea is served with a tower of fine china, laden with sandwiches, cakes, scones, jam and cream. Click here for the full article
Biku's lovely selection of teas, from their tea menu *Image Lesley Mitchell
Angelita's will have you thinking you have stepped straight into Paris.
Set on jalan legian, Angelita Tea Salon & Patisserie is amongst a mad chaos of broken roads, trucks spewing out exhaust, hundreds of motorbikes and generally noisy madness mixed with heat and humidity. But step inside Angelita's and you are instantly embraced in a cool freshness. The relief of the air con is welcoming, but as you gaze around at the bright white and pale blue decor a sense of serenity washes over you. Their apple mojitos are perfect to refresh on a hot day, the coffee is great and the selection of cakes will make choosing almost impossible.
However for 250,000rp for 2 people ($25) they will serve you a lavish high tea in beautiful style. Click here for the full article
Angelita's tempting cakes and pastries. *Image Lesley Mitchell
On a crazy busy tourist street, you can park right at the front where they will valet park your car or motorbike for you. Walking up the path, the building will surprise and amaze you with divine lead light windows.You will be greeted and brought to your waiting table where you may choose a la carte or high tea. From 3pm high tea is served in true elegance. You will feel like royalty.
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Copper at Hotel Bisma Eight is fresh, new, funky and does a great high tea. Set high above Ubud on the rooftop, innovative high tea is served on wooden stands on the weekend. You can choose from traditional, gluten free or vegan Rp 120,000 ($12) - 140,000 ($14) for 2 people which includes a pot of tea or coffee each. Great value.
They also have an amazing endless swimming pool, so if you want to stay and cool off, you can do so after tea for an additional 60,000rp fee.
Copper and Bisma Eight are located at the south end of Jalan Bisma, Ubud, Bali.
Divine High Tea on the rooftop at Copper, *Image Copyright Lesley Mitchell
Over to you, where is your favourite place for high tea, what hidden secrets have you discovered? We would love to hear of your thoughts, please add your comments in to the comments box at the top of this article to share with us.